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PPP moves motion against Sindh Rangers in Senate

Latest Update: June 15, 2015 | 103 Views

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Senator Farhatullah Babar Monday moved an adjournment motion over the report of DG Rangers (Sindh) on Karachi crimes.

Chairman Senate Raza Rabbani presided the session of the upper house, during which Senator Farhatullah Babr tabled an adjournment motion over DG Rangers Major-General Bilal Akbar’s report pointing at the involvement of political parties, leaders and influential figures in different crimes including land grabbing.

The motion was accepted for debate.


Babar criticized Rangers for asserting that ‘corruption worth Rs 230 billion is yearly taking place in Karachi’, that too after two years since the paramilitary force was given police powers in Karachi.

“Rangers briefing and report to the Sindh Apex Committee is in fact an admission of its failure,” said the PPP lawmaker.

“Whether the Sindh Rangers is incompetent or having a nexus with mafias?” Farhatullah Babar questioned while calling for investigations into it.

The motion will come under discussion in the Senate from Wednesday.

PPP moves motion against Sindh Rangers in Senate by newsonepk


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